Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1933
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CALL whole ACY EVELYN KNA1T in «Nlffltt Mayor* r McGuire comedy. 1 Horse No. 2. |..non on the stage Le Molnd. . beautiful (lancing girls — tg, dancing, comedy. [ M atlnees 1:80 and 3:30. •NO advance in price. the Sunday, April » IN BLONDELL ISTER MORRIS Thursday imd Friday, April « and 7 The Incomparable Conslanco Ben- nolt in "Two Agjiln.^; Tlio WorW The best rtreaaoO woman of the screen wears 22 gorgeous gowns! A new warm •blooded Cofistunre Dennett, rising to supremo heights of emotional drama. See glamorous Constance Bennett as the daring leader of "The Dangerous Set." SHORTS Kulh ElUn« In "Hy^oncs" One Step Ahead of My Slimlow New—-Direct from New Yo;-lc— Pathe News. Matinee Thursday, 2:30 p. ?n. KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, TOW A has - «-«...j iv j »O1 , Htlt> of thei 11 " f ° w weeks from rosults Mrs. E. w. Evans and her son spent last week with relatives at Linn Grove. Mrs Marguerite Kenefick and Mrs- Gladys South spent Sunday at Mason City. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner visited at the Lutheran parsonage at nurt last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnson, Algona, became parents of an 8-lh. at the Kossuth hospital Mon- "Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter, Osage, became parents of second child at the Kossuth their hos- McWhorter The new 7- Monday nnd Tuesday, April 10-11 At last! What we've all been waiting for. First screen appear- jance together— - The Royal Family of the Theater in one great picture. laven made her beautiful!... made her daring! . . . Men \ her ruthless! heart was ice—but it was id In a woman's breast! |0n the stage—RKO Revue Featuring |e Great Le Molnd, wizard of e. Ten beautiful girls — dancing, plenty of corn- Short Subjects : ihnicolor silly Symphony — 9 and Bees. / Time Down South. Juvenlrs—Paramount News. Itlnees 1 and 3 p. m. Contln- I show. No advance in .price. 3SEEMPRBI No woman could resist him. Devil who posed as saint! Mad monk who toppled a throne! Scenes of unparalleled magnificence, mightiest of dramas! Matinee Tuesday, 2:30 p. m. April Program CALL THEATRE Algona, Iowa & and Friday 6 and 7 "TWO AGAINST THE WORLD" CONSTANCE BENNETT R. K. O. Revue—10 'beautiful girls on stage ""^ "NIGHT MAYOR" LEE TRACY EVALYN KNAPP "Devil Horse" No. 2 R-i K. A. Revue—10 beautiful girls on stage "BLONHIE JOHNSON" JOAN BLONDELL CHESTER MORRIS fen. and Tuesday "RA8PCTIN and THE EMPRESS" ETHEL, JOHN AND LIONEL BARRYMORE Wednesday 112 "PLEASURE CRUISE" , GENEVIEVE TOBIN ROLAND YOUNG »urs. and Friday "MEN MUST FIGHT" Mm 18 and H PHILLIPS HOLMES DIANA WYNYARD urday April 15 Bunday 16 "Sailor's Luck" JAMES DUNN SALLY EILERS TOM MIX in "THE FOURTH HORSEMAN" "'Devil "Horse" 'No. 3 EASTER—BIG SPECIAL ~ "Gabriel Over the White House" WALTER HUSTON KAREN MORLEY "WILD PEOPLE" Technicolor Revue and Tuesday and 18 .20-21 83 "CLEAR ALL WIRES LEE TRACY BEN'ITA HUME "FORTY-SECOND STREET" WARNER BAXTER BEBE DANIELS GEORGE BRENT "HAUNTED GOLD" JOHN WAYNiE "REDUCING" MARIE DRESSLER POLLY MORAN "Devil Horse" No 4. f'KEYHOLE" KAY FRANCIS GEORGE BRENT Tu6 «day ' 26-27-28 — i—, «turduy tell 29 "MYSTERY of the WAX MUSEUM" LIONEL ATWILL FAY WRAY • Alii technicolor "KING KONG" FAY WRAY BRUCE CABOT ""HARD TO HTNDLE 15 JAMES CAGNEY *MAN OF ACTION" TIM McOOY , "Devil Horse" No^ 5. ^^•^•VmillMBmiMMBMpppqpaMpMM^MKMHMMM ANNOUNCEMENT! opened an office over Chri&tens^n's Store and * Position to take care of your insurance «ire, tornado, city and farm property, auto- PtoieB. 1 and life insurance to the best old line coin£6 a chance witb cheap • insurance when you the best for practically the same price. jUEf-HOVpy Phone 58 aS ^ gg ggggg85ggi!Bg...,.....i .,',.!!,- J1!"i t - gg THE ADVANCE WANT ADS day. Robert Phelps, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. j. iphelps, Cedar Falls, was a caller at Hugh McMahon's .Saturday. Mildred Clayton, who operates a beauty shop at Mason City, spent Sunday at her father A. E. Clayton's. Elmer Dole, Irvington, has be- un work at the Elbert garage, and will bring his family here in a few weeks. The Rev. S. H. Aten, Burt, will conduct services at the Presbyterian church here at 7:30 p. m. next Sunday. Mildred De Graw, Cedar Falls teacher, and Katherine Van Ness, Onawa teacher, are spending vaca- pital Monday, Mrs. was Gladys Clayton. _... . 11). girl has been named Sandra Lee. The older girl, Nancy, is five. Irma Dee Phillips spent Satur- i day and Sunday at Mason City with (her aunt, Jessie Roupe, who is in the employ of the Red Ball Transportation company. Irma Dee is the daughter of Mrs. Hattle 'Phillips, who is employed at the Elite millinery shop. The Chas. Geilenfelds, Mrs. Marie Drcycr, Meta Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, and the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. 'Braner attended instal- j lation services at the Evangelical Lutheran church at Whittemore Sunday afternoon for the Rev. Mr. Dischler, new pastor. lions at home. Mrs. Edythe Dalley returned Monday from Minneapolis, where she spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Dye. E. A. Ulvestad, Chicago, spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. A. D. Adams. He travels .for a company at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire and their three children spent last week with brothers of Mr. McGuire at Davenport and Mason City. Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Chicago, went home Sunday night, af- ler two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. George Benesh, manager of the Ireat Atlantic & Pacific Tea company, is driving a new Dodge coupe bought at the Elbert garage. Mrs. D. L. Leffert, daughter Ha Mae, Mrs. Harry Edwards, and the hitter's two sons spent last Thursday with relatives at Swea City. Lee Hopkins, who for three months had -been manager of a variety store at Hartley, came liome Saturday. The store has been closed. Emma Holm, Clinton, came Monday for a month with her sister, Mrs. D. C. Mahan. She is supervisor of nurses at the Jane Lamb hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer attended the matinee of Eddie Cantor's show at Des Moines Sunday afternoon. Casper Kohlhaas, Livermore, father of Frank and Phil Kohlhaas, Algona automobile dealer, entered the Kossuth hospital Monday for medical treatment. Mrs. Webster Gillespie, Algona, underwent an operation for appendicitis Sunday. Rachel Gunder also underwent an operation for appendicitis, last Friday. Mrs. Gusland, Mrs. C. M. Frane's frank Wlnkels 50 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winkel quietly observed their 50th wedding an-, nlversary Sunday at their home. gave a talk on state Institutions for care of children. Epworth League IlnHy Held— An Bpworth League rally was held at Titonka Monday night, and the ' following Algonians attended: the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Mrs. W. A. Foster, Martha Dewel, Mary The following four of their ten! Elizabeth Foster, Arba Dee Long, Bernice Dearchs, Margaret Vigars, Margaret Brown, Ghalmer Cooper, Robert Richardson, Parsons. and Donald I>. A. 11. to Meet Tuesday— The D. A. R. meet next Tuesday with Ella Thompson; assisting hostesses, Mesdames G. S. Buchanan, A. L. Long, M. J. Kenefick, C. her 'bridge Merritt the gene Nevill club. ing party last the high score. Mrs. P. J. c: of the club. The Baptis Ross Coleman U. La Barre. After lunch a pro- j hostesses, gram will be given, and roll call will be answered with the titles of books by Iowa authors. Mrs. D. D. Paxson will give a book review. Hr.idge Honor.s Spencer Wo'man— Mrs. W. E. Hawcott entertained at two tables of ibridge last Thursday in honor of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Bailey, Spencer. Mrs. W. P. The John McGulres and Jesse' MR. AND MRS. FRANK WINKEL' FTrenc , h wo " the high score; Bessie Lashbrooks were at Mason City Sunday, attending a reunion of the Clyde Burtis family. The Burtises have 12 children, and all, with their families, were there. Mr. Bur- tls runs a hamburger shop. Mrs. McGuire is this week entertaining her sisfer, Dorothy Curtis, Mason City school girl. The Kiwanls club program last Thursday noOn, under direction of A, E. Kresensky, featured Lincoln sayings typed on cards assigned to ten members for reading and comment: Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, H. W. Miller, M. G. Norton, Ben F. Sorensen, H. E. Rist, J. L. Bonar, C. H. Taylor, T. H. Chrischilles. Not all agreed with Lincoln. .Mrs. E. T. 'Dean, Kansas City, went home Monday, after a week Hopkins a travel prize. Mrs. Bailey children were at home for dinner received a guest prize. at noon: Mrs. M. M. Christensen,!,. _, ., . „ Mrs. W. J. Graham, 'Mrs. Dorothy °- r " S - to Sponsor Dance- Cornell, all of St. .Paul, and Mrs. The °- E - s - wl11 eive a < lance L. J. Kutschara, Clear Lake. The ! for y° un S P e °P le tomorrow night other children are Mrs. E. E. Stolte, ! at the Masonic Temple. Eddie's Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. Leo Esser, j Celebrities will play. Hostesses Des Moines; Mrs. C. T. Peterson, I wil1 be Mesdames C. H. Williams, R. W. Horigan, and . . . , Duluth; Charles, Farina, 111.; Ben,! H - L Indianapolis; and Frank, Staunton, ^ H. Long. 111. mother, returned Monday to home at Des Moines, after her two weeks here, making the acquaintance of a new grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson, lEstherville, .brought their granddaughters, Donnabelle and Betty Merron, to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller's Monday for a school vacation. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn returned Saturday from Rochester, Minn., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. Mrs. Bud Lawson, Corwith, and her baby daughter visited from last week Wednesday till Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison, and Banker and Mrs. John Hutchison, Wesley, came Friday night to take them home. John is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. The Hugh R. Smiths, Wabasha, Minn., have a new grandhaby, the .first child of their youngest daughter, Theodosia, familiarly known as "Teddy." She and .her husband also live at Wa'basha, where Mr. Smith is postmaster. The Smiths left here more than 25 years ago. Mr. Smith was the first foreman of the Advance, and his wife is a sister of Mrs. W. C. Dewel. There was excitement on State street Saturday night, when it was rumored that a large muskrat driven from home in the flooded rived, had romped down State street and gone into hiding under a sidewalk at the Bloom store. Youngsters still swear it was a muskrat, but some elders believe it was an overgrown rat, probably driven out of the dump north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Neville drove to Excelsior Springs, Mo., Monday, and Mrs. Neville will remain there for a month of sanitarium treatment. Mr. Neville is expected home late this week. Eugene's mother, Mrs. J. W. Neville, is in charge of the Neville Toggery during his absence. Mrs. W. H. Lewis, Spencer, Mrs. Eugene's mother, is with the children. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter, Mr. Christensen, Mr. Kutschara, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Amundson, Clear Lake, were also here. Mr. and Mrs. Winkel were married here and began housekeeping in' the same house on north Dod^e which they still occupy. Mr. Witi- kel conducted a meat market here till he retired many years ago. Both are well, though Mr. Winkel is now 84 and Mrs. Winkel 70. Former Algona Girl Bride— Friends of Shirley Hill, Fort Dodge, are pleased to hear of her marriage to Robert Dailey, Sterling, 111., Friday. The ceremony was performed at 4 p. m. by Justice Postponed Play Tomorrow Night— A home talent play, "How the Ladies Earned Their Dollars," which was to have been given Friday evening-at the Doan church, had to he postponed because of bad roads, and the new date is tomorrow night. Woman's Club to Elect— The Woman's club meets at the library tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Officers will toe elected, and El'la Thompson will give a book review. Chicken Pie Supper Saturday— A chicken pie supper will be served Saturday at Baptist church he elected. Amunsen entertained lub last Thursday rs 1 . Glenn McMurray score, Mrs. L. M. onsolation. Mrs. Eu- was a guest of the eth 'Foster, Arba Dee nice 'Dearchs enter- ng people at a danc- ; week Wednesday O. O. F. hall. illller entertained her e club -at three tahles Mrs. R. J. Keen won . Helen Dingley and •istensen were guests Aid meets with Mrs. n today; assisting sdames Furst, Jeninson. Officers will The Legion Auxiliary meet* tomorrow night at 7:30 at the Lc- gion hall, and Mrs. Glen McMurray will have charge of a social hour. Melvin Rieken, north ot town,who was defendant in a recent case before Justice Danson aa tha result of an altercation -with Walter Klamp over the question of keeping rural line 22 connected with the local exchange, called at the Advance office Saturday to explain that the concluding sentence in last week's news mention wa» In) error. It was not Rieken but Klamp who wanted to maintaini switchboard connection. Rieken/ wished to discontinue connection] and maintain only a party line. Just to show that he cherished no- ill feelings because of the error, Mr. Rieken renewed his subscription for another year. of the Peace J. B. Cross, of Fort ] at 35 and 25c, starting at 5. The Dodge. There were no attendants, j menu appears elsewhere in this After a visit in Des Moines Mr. and '• paper. Mrs. Dailey were to go to Chicago to make their home. Mrs. Dailey is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hill, Fort Dodge, former Al- gonians. She is a graduate of the Algona high school, and after graduation took a nurses' training course at St. .Luke's hospital, Chicago. Since her graduation from Other Society. The Methodist Aid meets this afternoon in the church basement. The president has important business to propose and asks for a large attendance. After the business meeting, Mrs. Peter Waldron's division will furnish a program and St. Luke's a year ago she has been j serve a l'5c luncheon, at home. Community Auction Sale Saturday, April 8,1933 AT 1:30 p.m. / One block south of Steele's Store. We will sell the entire stock 'of used furniture from the Furniture Exchange without reserve, and a long list of consigned goods from the people of Algona. A PARTIAL LIST Parlor suite, 2 coal ranges, heating stove, dressers, beds, coil bed springs, kitchen cabinet, chest of drawers, oil stoves, Magh breakfast set, dining chairs, kitchen chairs, rocking chairs, dining tables, dining room table, drop leaf kitchen table, cot, Cong, rug, washing machine, writing desk, window shades, glass door cupboard, brooder stove, sewing machine. A lot of dishes, fruit jars, window shades, tools, and many other small articles. We invite you to attend this sale and buy what you need. If you have anything you want to sell list it before Saturday noon. C. A. Fraser, Mgr. C. W. DAVENPORT, Auct. Osasre, parents of a girl, born at the Kossuth hospital Monday morning. This is the second child, their other child, Nancy Clare, be- 0. E. S. Benefit Party Given— An O. E. S. benefit party took place at the Masonic temple Friday night. There were 12 tables Of bridge. At 10 lunch was served, and the rest of the evening was spent at dancing . The high hridge scores were won by Mrs. R. W. Horigan, Mrs. W. G. McCullough, and Doctor Klahr. Mrs. C. H. Williams won a travel and hostesses were prize. Hosts Messrs, and Mesdames W. P. French, Casey Loss, Fred Geigel, H. W. Edwards, W. E. McDonald, Jos. Greenberg, D. D. Monlux, D. C. Mahan, >F. L. Thorpe, S. B. French, and George H. Free, G. 'D. Stokes, and Meredith Lathrop and Beth Backus. Bridge Club Is Entertained— Mrs. Harry Edwards entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday afternoon at three tables, Mrs. Al Lyons winning the high • score, ing for the present at the home of, an(1 Mrs Howard Hoink the conso- her grandfather, A. E. Clavton,. oblation. 'Mrs. W. D. Howie won a 1 Cresco township. Mrs. McWhorter prjze for , hlgh gues t. Extra guests j was Gladys Clayton, and Mr. Mc-l were . Mesdames Howie, Paul Whorter is traveling salesman for • Trauger L. W. Fox, Carl Wester, ' a candy compariy. The bafoy, who and E L DeZellar. After bridge i where she had spent a week. She .has been named Sandra Lee, refreshments were served. Other sighed 7% pounds. u members of the clu'b are Mesdames Notwithstanding an absence of Vincent Kleinpeter, Emmet Jackman, E. W. Evans, Russell Weaver, went through the Mayo clinic and had a minor operation ' performed. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker's son Durwood, who recently underwent, Davenport, still renews her Ad- many years. Mrs. F. J. Sessions, J. W. Little, M. L. Goslin. an operation for appendicitis at vnnce yer>rlv. "There are now | Kossuth hospital, was taken home many people at Algona whom I do Fitzgeralds 15 Tears Wed— soon Saturday and will school. Mrs. J. H. Bailey, Spencer, her daughters Arlene and went home Sunday, after 'a since last week Wednesday resume jiot know, but I still have the same friendly interest in every- and body there that I have Jean'hod," she writes, adding, visit with always Thirty neighbors friends surprised Mr. and and other Mrs. William Fitzgerald Saturday night Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. C. W. Hopkins. . A 12-lb. girl was born Tuesday It is i n honor of the couple's 15th wed- still the old home town for me." j c jing anniversary. Five hundred Mrs. Sessions is a sister of W. J. W as played at six tables and prizes Bourne, Lone Rosk farmer, and an were W0n j,y Mrs. Edward Hopkins aunt of Dr. M. J. Bourne, Algona. and Ben Knox, high, and Mrs. (Ben. Jos. Shaben got home last week i Knox and Ross Calhoun, low. A to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, and Wednesday from Puyallup, Wash., berry set and pieces to match, in she has been named Lavonne Fran- j where he had spent three weeks | crystal glass, were presented to the ces. This is the second child. The i with his brother G. G., who, six j Fitzgeralds, and lunch furnished Haggs already had a 7-year-old .months ago, suffered a stroke by the guests was served. son, Ralph. I which paralyzed his left side. G. I - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren got JG., who for 35 years or so has own- jP. T. A. Officers Are Xinucd— home last Thursday from their led a well improved 40-acre fruit Mrs. D. D. Monlux, new member winter's sojourn at San Antonio, j ranch there, in youth' attended They had good weather all the way back and saw no snow till they reached Jewell. The W. C. T. U. will, hold a monthly meeting next week Tues- school here, hut when the Northwestern railroad came through he joined the labor force and worked through to Ashland, Wte., never returning to stay. Jos. also stopped of the school board, was elected day at 2:30 at Mrs. C. H. Taylor's.! briefly at Tacoma, where he called Mrs. Hazel Irwln will be the lead- j on the former Mary Gannon, f or- er, and Dr. M. G. Bourne will give'mer Kossuth rural teacher, the sis- a talk on health. , ter of J. M. Gannon, who still Mrs. Henry Meyer, Ringsted, has makes Algona his home. Her hus- been here two weeks, visiting band's name is Coyle. friends She lived here before her Elderly Algonians remember Mrs. husband died, and still owns aiL. H. Betton, who was Lulu Ho- house here. Walter Meyer, no re- fius, sister of the late J. B. Hofius. lation, Is her tenant. I She lives now at Gardena, Calif., Helmer Bjelland was the only and, renewing her subscription, Algona master barber to attend a] writes that the paper is her letter county meeting at Swea City last from the old home. She adds: week Monday. Other master barbers here are Frank Esser and Clarence and Frank Shilts. Mrs. G. D. Stokes took her daughter Ruth to Blue Earth Monday, and thence Ruth went on by bus to Minneapolis, where she is of ' Dr. Herbert in the employ Thompson, eye, ear, throat specialist. nose, and Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent drove to Manchester Saturday, called by word that a sister of Mrs. Nugent was critically sick. Mr. Nugent, who works in County Engineer H. M. Smith's office, returned Sunday, Mrs. Nugent remaining. • F. H. Shackelford is about again, following another stroke a month or so ago. He has faithful help at his harness shop in the person of his foster son Edward, who has learned the trade and is as steady and reliable as the clock. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Backus took their daughter Eleanor to Des Moines Monday, and thence she returned by train to Columbia, Mo., where she is attending Stephens college for girls. She bad been since last Thursday. The C. V. Smiths visited Des . . Moires relatives from Friday till Monday, and Mr. Smith attended a meeting of Langan Paper Co. salesmen Saturday. The Smiths have relatives there on 'both sides, including Mr. Smith's .parents. '^Gardena was badly shaken in the earthquake, but there were no deaths, and no one was even . injured seriously. Our brick business section suffered, most. Our •beautiful school, buildings were badly damaged, and the business district was strewn with brick and broken glass. Now, however, bus- niesa is again as usual. Nearly every dwelling lost its chimney and suffered some broken plaster, as well as broken dishes. But we are all rooting for California yet." Persons afflicted with' partial' deafness who would like to attend a good movie now and then but have been staying away, thinking they could not hear, need to be told again what was said when installation was made, namely that the Call is equipped with hearing devices for the deaf. One row of seats alongside the. aisles on each side of the auditorium is connected with the loud speaker, and all that is necessary is to plug in a hearing set which may be obtained at the ticket window free. People who otherwise cannot hear a word are astonished and delighted when they hear clearly what Is said by the- screen actors. Few theaters anywhere, even in the largest cities, are thus equipped lor the convenience of the deaf. A number of .partly 4eaf Algonlang make regular use of the equipment. president of the Parent-Teachers association Monday evening; the Rev. A. S. Heuser, vice president; Mrs. A. E, Michel, secretary; Ruth Jackson, treasurer. Geo. W. Godfrey, spoke on the state's work in educating handicapped children, and Mrs. Lura Sanders, librarian. LONG'S Meat Market and Grocery Store SAVES YOU MONEY PHONES 214 AND 215 .FREE DELIVERY One pound candy FREE with $2.00 order of groceries at rock bottom prices. lOc Palm Olive Beads 5c Cocoa Hardwater Soap 5c 10 bars Bob White Soap 25c Nice fancy Celery lOc and 15c Head Lettuce ^.Sc and lOc Sauerkraut, quart cans lOc Fancy Peas __ 15c, 2 for 25c Peas, per can Tomatoes, can MR. FARMER: -lOc -lOc Bring us your eggs, they buy more ^here. We pay Ic per dozen more in trade than you can get in cash." Line up with our meat department. You will like our ' home-made hamburger and sausage. Our boneless lines cannot be equalled anywhere. WE WANT TO PLEASE LONGS FOOD SHOP Vegetables and up-to-date fruits very cbeap this year. A Fashion's As New As Its Fabric . . . These are the Newest CREPES We have them in the rough, we have them smooth, or sheer and clear...we have them plain and in dashing prints. Suffice it to say they are fine crepes, in the styles symbolic of 1933. $5.95

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